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Ryanair growth continues apace in July

Ryanair growth continued apace in July with more passengers flying and more of the airline’s available seats filled.

6th August, 2014
Ryanair's Michael O'Leary pictured at the opening of the airline's new headquarters in Swords in April.

Ryanair growth continued apace in July with more passengers flying and more of the airline’s available seats filled.

The latest traffic figures from the carrier showed passenger traffic in July growing 4 per cent compared to the same month last, pushing the monthly total up by 300,000 to 9.15 million customers.

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